NRS 9987: Mines Special files, 1851-1986 | NSW State Archives

Mount Lyell Mining and Railway Co. Ltd. - Smelting costs and estimated cost of additions to smelting plant [19/2524 pt] 1913-14: Committee of Inquiry into the best means of dealing with coal dust in the collieries of New South Wales, with the object of preventing explosions of coal dust being initiated and carried through colliery workings (SF ...

Hunter Valley Coal Heritage

The Hunter Valley Rothbury mine near Cessnock was the site of an infamous lockout in 1929. Due to difficult economic times, the mine owners operating in the Northern coalfields of NSW had decided to reduce miners' wages. However the Miners Federation did not agree to the terms and the mine owners subsequently closed down the Northern NSW mines.

List of notified sites - NSW Environment Protection …

List of notified sites. The EPA publishes a list of notified contaminated sites each month. The list of 11 October 2021 can be downloaded in PDF and Excel format. The list of notified sites contain land that has been notified to the EPA as being potentially contaminated. The list states whether the land is regulated under the CLM Act.

Underground Mining in Australia & Primary Methods

According to the Commonwealth of Australia (2016), there are around 70 operating underground rock mines active within Australia. The majority of underground mines are located in Western Australia, Queensland and NSW, with only a few spread throughout South Australia, Northern Territory and Tasmania.

The six biggest gold mines in Australia - Mining Technology

The largest gold mine outside of Western Australia, Evolution's Cowal mine is located 350km west of Sydney, in New South Wales. Production has fluctuated over the last decade, from a low of 191,000 ounces in 2008 to a high of 314,000 in 2013, and down again to the 2018 total of 258,000.

Small mines and quarries | NSW Resources Regulator

If your quarry is a new site, you must inform the NSW Resources Regulator of the start of your mining operations. Your site will fall under the jurisdiction of the NSW Resources Regulator for all Work Health and Safety (WHS) matters, not Safe Work NSW (Workcover). The following WHS legislation will apply to your site.

NSW Derelict Mines Program Policy POL16-6

The Derelict Mines Program (DMP) is a feature of Government that assists landholders and managers with rehabilitation of, and remediation of impacts from, derelict mine sites in NSW. The DMP is administered by the NSW Department of

List of notified sites - NSW Environment Protection Authority

List of notified sites. The EPA publishes a list of notified contaminated sites each month. The list of 11 October 2021 can be downloaded in PDF and Excel format. The list of notified sites contain land that has been notified to the EPA as being potentially contaminated. The list states whether the land is regulated under the CLM Act.

Mining In New South Wales | The Diggings™

New South Wales has 142 records of mines listed by the United States Geological Survey (USGS). Quick Facts 142 USGS records of mines in New South Wales. Gold, Platinum, Silver, Copper, and Zinc mines located in New South Wales. See All Mines Summary in New South Wales 142 Total 34 Occurrences 9 Prospects 14 Plants 85 Producers Browse All Mines

MinView | Department of Regional NSW

MinView is a web mapping application that provides free access to view, search and download a comprehensive range of geoscientific data for NSW.. It also provides access to a range of supporting reference data, including current and historic exploration and mining titles, areas of exploration constraints and cadastral information.

Future of Mining Australia 2022 - Home Page

MEET THE INDUSTRY LEADERS SHAPING THE FUTURE OF MINING. We are delighted to announce that Future of Mining Australia is back! Taking place live on the 28th-29th March 2022, we will gather over 400+ senior decision makers from the mining ecosystem to discuss their zero emission & zero entry roadmaps which will enable them to meet their pledged sustainability …

Search for Mines, Properties, Mineral Leases, Claims and ...

Established Mine - Full plant and equipment including crushers, ball mill, shaker tables, wave table. Mostly gravity recovered gold; History dating back to 1869, with historic workings and small scale operations mining high grade sediment hosted gold veins and breccias

Work Health and Safety (Mines) Regulation 2014

New South Wales Work Health and Safety (Mines) Regulation 2014 under the Work Health and Safety (Mines) Act 2013 Published LW 12 December 2014 (2014 No 799) His Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Council, has made the following Regulation under the Work Health and Safety (Mines) Act 2013. ANTHONY ROBERTS, MP

NSW Minerals Council - NSW Mining

This the website of the NSW Minerals Council, also known as NSW Mining. The NSW Minerals Council is the leading industry association representing the state's minerals industry, providing a united voice for our members. Mining is a key economic driver for the state, supporting thousands of jobs and generating economic activity, especially in regional NSW, and providing taxes and …

Historical Gold Maps of the New South Wales Goldfields ...

This list of maps links to historical maps for various towns and regions throughout the New South Wales goldfields. These maps have been selected because they display useful information regarding the location of reefs, leads, diggings, mining operations, and geological features. This list is not complete, and will continue to be added to over time

1944 Newcastle Coal Miners Collection | Australia's ...

The first miners in New South Wales brought skills and techniques developed in the mines of Wales and Britain. Coal was first discovered in Australia in 1791 by a convict, William Bryant, at the mouth of the Hunter River in New South Wales and the first coal mining settlement was established there in 1801. S Stockton Borehole Mine, c.1949.

Home | NSW Resources Regulator

The Resources Regulator within Mining, Exploration and Geoscience, is the state's work health and safety regulator for mines and petroleum sites. This includes open-cut and underground mines, petroleum sites, quarries and extractive operations, tourist mines, opal and other small scale mines, and mining exploration activities.

Mt Arthur, New South Wales | BHP

2,000 The mine has a workforce of around 2,000 people. 2045 We are currently looking to extend the life of the mine until 2045. The Mt Arthur Coal open-cut energy coal mine is located five kilometres south of Muswellbrook in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales.

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back - The Australia Institute

equivalent to around 15 new Adani mines' worth of output. The rush to mine coal is accelerating, not slowing, as proponents scramble for approvals before a potential downturn in the market driven by climate action and cheap renewable energy. Eleven new coal projects were added to the NSW major projects list in 2020 alone,

Australia For Everyone: Ghost Towns of New South Wales

Green Valley (NSW central west) A goldmining town near Hill End that was in its heyday from 1850s to 1870s. Initially, mining was alluvial, then reef mining. The town once had five pubs, a butcher etc all along a central main street similar to the towns of America's old west. It is not on private land. Araluen (NSW Southern)

Coal - Glencore

Coal is an important part of our global commodity portfolio and we are focused on running a profitable business in a safe, efficient, responsible and sustainable manner. Our coal is used in power generation, steel making and industrial processes including the manufacturing of cement, aluminium and nickel. About 85% of the coal we produce is ...

Find the Best Mining Companies in NSW | Yellow Pages®

Mining Companies, Broke, NSW 2330. More info. Po Box 320 Singleton St, Broke, NSW, 2330 | 125.04km. Call (02) 6570 0800. View Website. More info. 5. Average rating for. Mining Companies. in and surrounding suburbs. Based on 4 reviews of 3 businesses on this page. Next. Showing results 1 - 35 of 110.

Biggest Mines In Australia - Australia Unwrapped

The Super Pit gold mine is another major mine in Australia. This is the biggest open pit mine and is the largest gold producer in Australia. It is located in Kalgoorlie in Western Australia. Talking about the gold mines, it all started in the year 1851, when gold was first found near Ophir in …


• The NSW minerals industry includes 60 coal mines, 12 major metalliferous mines, 11 significant industrial minerals operations, 2 gas production sites, plus a large number of smaller metallic and industrial mineral mines and numerous

Government Legislation & Publications: New South Wales

Department of Mines: 1891–1908: Department of Mines and Agriculture: 1908–1988: Department of Agriculture: 1988-1991: Department of Agriculture and Fisheries: 1991-2004 : Department of Agriculture: 2004-2009 : NSW Agriculture: 2004-June 2009 : Department of Primary Industries: July 2009-May 2011 : Department of Industry and Investment ...

Update: 14 coal projects in NSW - Lock the Gate

The Adani's worth of new coal projects in NSW. March 2019 edition: 14 new and expanding coal mine projects in New South Wales could produce more coal and greenhouse pollution than Adani's controversial Carmichael coal mine in Central Queensland. The 14 projects, half of them wholly new mines, are in sensitive areas like Hunter Valley ...

Map of NSW Mines - NSW Mining

Coal. Metals and Minerals. Expenditure and Jobs Surveys. Mining Factsheets. Mining History. Map of NSW Mines. Our policies. Climate Change, …

Coal Mining Statistics | Coal Services

NSW mining operations At 30 June 2021 there were 39 operating coal mines in New South Wales. 39 operating coal mines. 242.1 million tonnes of raw coal produced. 21,979 production employment. In NSW there are: 22. open cut coal mines. 17. underground coal mines. Raw coal production shown for 12 months ending 30 June 2021. Mudgee. 5;